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As no-go zones riot, the next Dutch government could be more leftist

The Netherlands is a country where the Muslim community shows few signs of integration. There are now forty no-go zones, in which constant rioting take place, most recently in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Nijmegen and Veldhoven.

Published: April 14, 2017, 10:18 am

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    The government has released the list of 40 “no-go” zones, mostly Islamic.

    The Kolenkit area in Amsterdam is the number one Muslim “problem district” in the country. The next three districts are in Rotterdam – Pendrecht, het Oude Noorden and Bloemhof. The Ondiep district in Utrecht is in the fifth position, followed by Rivierenwijk (Deventer), Spangen (Rotterdam), Oude Westen (Rotterdam), Heechterp/ Schieringen (Leeuwarden) and Noord-Oost (Maastricht).

    Veldhoven riot

    The Dutch police had to break up an illegal and violent religious protest this weekend by Etritreans in Veldhoven.

    The Dutch public broadcaster NOS television reported that the Netherlands has become one of the major European suppliers of Islamic jihadists. According to NOS, about 100 Dutch Muslims are active as jihadists in Syria, and most have joined the notorious Jabhat al-Nusra group.

    According to the Hungarian government there are 900 areas across the EU where “the norms of the host society barely prevail” due to increased levels of migration.

    The French government has listed 750 areas determined to be “Sensitive Urban Zones (Zones Urbaine Sensibles, or ZUS).” ZUS areas tend to have high crime, low unemployment, and drug trafficking/black market issues.

    Germany’s Steinke Institut (SI) has mapped 51 separate areas which have been explained as “law-free” and with “high danger potential”. In 2011 Chief Police Commissioner Bernhard Witthaut, in an August 1 interview with the newspaper Der Westen, revealed that Muslim immigrants are imposing “no-go” zones in cities across Germany at an alarming rate.

    Some regions in Russia are known as hotbeds for radical Islam, including Chechnya and Dagestan, which are “virtual no-go zone” for Russians and tourists.

    In Italy, Muslims have been commandeering the Piazza Venezia in Rome for public prayers, and in Bologna, Muslims repeatedly have threatened to bomb the San Petronio cathedral because it contains a 600-year-old fresco inspired by Dante’s Inferno which depicts Mohammed being tormented in hell.

    In 2014, 2015 and 2016, Islamists demonstrated and shouted slogans in support of the Islamic State. One area of The Hague, known locally as “the Sharia triangle”, is being run by a form of unofficial Sharia police.

    Meanwhile Dutch AFA (“anti-fascist”) socialists use every opportunity to create riots, and they team up with radical Islamists to do so.

    In the district of Schilderswijk, about two kilometres from The Hague’s city centre, an almost entirely Muslim population of some 5 000 residents surrounds the El Islam mosque. Dutch-born citizens are repeatedly attacked by foreigners in these zones. The perpetrators are often so sure of their impunity that they publish online videos of their crimes.

    But local police chief Michel de Roos told the Irish Times in 2013: “We have no indications there is a form of Sharia police here. That is not to say it does not happen, but we are unaware of it.”

    Non-Muslim residents often say they feel harassed even in taking care of their pets. In Islam dogs are considered haram (impure), and dog owners are asked to keep their pets indoors.

    The percentage of Muslims jailed for various crimes is notably higher than the percentage of Muslims in the population. Six percent of the country’s population are Muslim, but some 20 percent of all inmates are Muslim.

    The Washington Post, 29 April 2008, reported, ironically that research by the George Soros Open Society Institute, an advocacy group for open borders, shows that in the Netherlands 20 percent of adult prisoners and 26 percent of all juvenile offenders are Muslim, while the country is about 5.5 percent Muslim.

    Labour (PvdA) leader Diederik Samsom said in September 2011 in NRC Handelsblad that Moroccans have acquired “an ethnic monopoly” of certain forms of crime.

    According to the local Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool, young Moroccans continue their “unstoppable march to become the largest group of violent criminals” in the country, despite decades of government programs aimed at steering young Muslims away from a life of crime.

    Research done in 2014, found that more than 1 200 youth gangs are active in the Netherlands, and about 300 of these gangs are extremely violent. The Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice, who ordered the report, said the gangs were Moroccan youths.

    The researchers suggest that one in five members of the investigated violent gangs were retarded or even slightly mentally disabled. They had an average IQ of between 70 and 85. In this study, the criminologists believe many have an IQ below 75.

    But while the culture clash continues, the VNL, a conservative party established by two former Party for Freedom members, was beaten so severely during the past elections, that it will have no seat at all. Only Geert Wilders’ PVV have aquired slightly more seats.

    Wilders was charged and found guilty of “hate speech” because he had singled out Moroccans as group prone to criminal behaviour.

    The next Dutch government will be a coalition of four parties, maybe five, and probably lean more to the left than previous governments. It will certainly include Democrats 66, and could include the far-left Groenlinks.

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